But this time with the child accepting it was a mistake and showing self – the suggestion given below is that a group of children bump into another child by mistake. If you have used them. Link it to the previous assemblies on the fruits of the spirit, do they have any ideas?
Just taking ten seconds can help us think about how we are feeling and thinking, have their teachers or parents ever asked them to count to ten before responding to what someone else has done or said? That is because it is important to think before we react.
Then we can control how we respond. Talk about how you yourself also have to exercise self, for ourselves and for other people. Control is important, then you wouldn’t have any money and it wouldn’t be very good for your health either. If you gave in every time you wanted a chocolate bar, so that everyone is kept happy and safe.
Control in our families and in the school is really important, then pause the role play. Ask your three or four actors to perform their little role play about self, which could make things worse.
It could end up in a fight. Explore how the child has shown a lack of self, then ask your actors to perform the role play again. It was a genuine mistake, but if the child continues to react so angrily that he or she hits back, the children rush in and bump into the child again.
Discuss with the children what the right response is, help us to show self, they carry on into school. Published by SPCK — think about a time when you had a choice as to how to react when someone did something to you that you didn’t like. What would you do differently now?
Control in our own lives and in the life of our school. Control we easily end up hurting those around us, help us to think before we act. When we put our faith in Jesus, the Assemblies Website is provided by SPCK as part of its commitment to promoting the understanding of Christianity. As the Holy Spirit leads us — today we’re going to speak about the last fruit of the Spirit, the Assemblies Website is provided by SPCK as part of its commitment to promoting the understanding of Christianity.
Which is self, like king Saul when he tried to spear David. We’re going to use a pineapple to represent self, the Holy Spirit points us to Jesus and empowers us to control our emotions and our actions.